One woman one year ago with one person in a class; read below and get to know one of Barre Intensity's trained instructors, Kara Robinson and her journey to the barre and beyond.
It's that time of year when we all start to reflect, set goals and recharge for the new year ahead. But how do you avoid that burnout as we finish the year out? We are giving you five barre training tips to help you keep refreshed as you refocus your barre instructor training for the new year ahead.
Last month we had the pleasure of conducting our barre instructor training & certification at CORE Studio in Daphne, Alabama. We were graciously welcomed and hosted by Lindsay Rainey, Founder of CORE Studio, and are beyond proud to have the Barre Intensity technique taught on CORE's class schedule. See what lead Lindsay down the path of becoming a fitness studio owner, why she chose the Barre Intensity technique and what she looks for when hiring fitness instructors.
As a barre instructor, there are many factors that can make or break your barre class, but at the top of the list are the words you say to keep your class flowing, educational, impactful and fun. We're sharing with you a bit of what we teach during our barre certification program, shhhhh don't tell, as we review our 5 step verbal cuing guide. Start applying these tips NOW to take your barre classes up a notch.
"Bridge" is a common position of the body executed in a barre fitness class to work the glute and hamstring muscles. Throughout our instructor training weekends we've received a handful of questions from trainees regarding optimal body alignment. We dug a bit deeper in to the top three questions and share our thoughts with you here.
Our method aims to sculpt the body as a whole and burn a few calories while doing so, we teach with alignment in mind, and our instructors strive to create an energetic environment that keeps our participants motivated to push harder. We are proud to share the Barre Intensity method because we know it works. But we’re not the best fitness program out there, and here’s why.
If you're a group fitness instructor, dancer or barre enthusiast, you might have thought a time or two “I wonder if I can become a barre instructor”? If the thought has crossed your mind more than once, the answer is probably yes, you can do it. If you're looking for a bit more assurance than just taking our word for it, read our 10 signs you have what it takes.